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program the sport has ever seen. >> jon: take that other doping programs. u.s.a.! u.s.a.! my god suddenly i'm mussolini. [ laughter ] of course, armstrong for years has denied the alleges. has honesty fallen through the cracks in america? lewis black is here with more "back in black." [cheers and applause] >> what the hell is wrong with lance armstrong? everybody who has ever known him says he was doping. everybody who ever rode with him, everybody who ever slept with him, everybody who jammed a needle in his tank. they all say he was doping. but not lance. >> after a decade of fighting with the united states anti-doping agency professional cyclist lance armstrong has given up. >> he insists he is innocent but says he's tired of fighting. these things take time and energy and suck the life out of you. >> that sucks the life out of you. you win a 2,000 mile bike race seven years in a row and going to court once a month is too much work? but i suppose this does explain his new deny strong bracelet. [ laughter ] look, i don't care that lance armstrong was doping i care he won't admit it. >>
you guys ever talk to each other? >> tonight's topic, the terrorist attack, on the u.s. embassy in libya that killed four americans, including our ambassador to libya. >> white house was still in fact finding mode. >> i am telling you this is under investigation, an ongoing investigation. >> jon: that is good thinking. although in the press conference we did establish a hunch. >> we have no information to suggest that it was a preplanned attack. the unrest we have seen around the region has been in reaction to a video. >> jon: yeah. crappy mohammed movie. things like the ring. three days after you watch it, embassies just burst into flames. so your administration story is one anti-muslim video on youtube touched off the massive protest es on september 11th and spread quick throw 27 other places. >> seems implausible but after carney's press conference he had an explanation for that. >> our current assessment assessment is what happened in benghazi was in fact initially a spontaneous reaction to what had just transpired hours before in cairo, almost a copy cat of the demonstratio
rye root in the u.s. again. we have a bunch of cities where workers are trained in machinery and advanced manufacturing and companies are starting to look maybe we in-source instead of out-source but we'll have to change the tax code to make sure there's a strong case. >> jon: if congress was obstinate before won't they still be there or do you get to at some point there, and i'll throw a phrase out there, abracadabra. so if their o obstinnance creat the problem how do we change that? >> maybe we can get democrats elected and change it back. number two, when you look at some of the things we need to look let's say in the first year, 2013, we need things balanced. it will be settled one way or another next year. the question is do we do it in a balanced responsible way or not asking millionaires and billionaires to pay a dime of taxes to preserve education. >> jon: wait, this is the first time i'm hearing about billio billionaires. what are you doing us? >> jon? >> jon: no, i'm going float to commercial and we'll have a conversation. we do have to go to d >> jon: welcome back.
. president, china is demanding that the u.s. pay back its debt in full immediately. failure to do so will bring on financial apocalypse. you need to look into that camera and convince the people of china that we are good to pay back that debt. (laughter) >> why you gotta play me like that, china? (laughter) when you loaned that money to my predecessors did you really think you were going to get it back? i will pay you back because i'm a man of honor. >> jon:. >> china's not budgeting but we have just had the results back from your latest presidential physical and it turns out you have telepathic powers. look into that camera and convince the chinese that they need to step down. (laughter) (cheers and applause) >> it's your move. >> jon: next time on "herman cain, an american presidency," science. >> herman cain ain't no clone. (laughter) >> john oliver=w >> jon: welcome back! my guest tonight, his new movie is called "taken 2." >> where's mom? >> she's fine. she's not far. >>s where she? >> come on, kim, move! >> where are we going? >> we have to go to the embassy. >> i'm not sure i
and you have six positions we can call in. >> we have four u.s. missing to top it off. and when they come back and they say, are they marines or army? what does it matter. >> jon: it was interesting because every time they'd call, they would call back with another sort of strange question. >> yeah. yeah. the last words i heard out of my lieutenant's mouth was, he gave a great mission to drop smoke so he can extract back cover movement. they called back and gave the mission and said, no, it's too close to the village. he says, if you don't give me these rounds right now we're going to die. and the response back was "well, try your best." >> jon: it's an incredible story. i give you and rodriguez all the credit in the world for basically ignoring orders but living up to the creed which you swore to protect. you're brothers and going back in there. stick around for a little bit? >> yeah. >> jon: more with dakota meyer, "into the fire." it's on the bookshelves now. dakota meyer. [cheering and applause]
into the navigable waters of the u.s. i'm all for that. you shouldn't be allowed to dump chemicals in the ho river. there should be a law against that. it should stop. however, over time, we came to define dirt as a pollutant and we came to define navigable waters as your back yard. we tell the story of robbie wrigley, who was given 84 months in prison, had in prior criminal history, 84 months, no parole, her dad got ten years and her dad's partner got ten years. their crime is putting clean dirt on dry land in a residential development that the government says it's a wetland, and that's insane. >> that was the case. that wasn't an e.p.a. wasn't that a jury? >> it's e.p.a. rules. it's e.p.a. rules and courts that come up with it. you're right, it went through a jury. sometimes jurors have made mistakes. we have had juries put people on death row and it was a mistake. >> jon: i'm not so familiar with the case, but wasn't the complaint he was flooding other people's backyards and wouldn't like... there was a... he wouldn't stop and he actually was causing damage? >> it's sort of interesting. he's co
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